Who counted the votes? Who are the stakeholders in Dominion Voting Systems? | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Who counted the votes? Who are the stakeholders in Dominion Voting Systems?

Dominion Voting Systems, which is at the center of the #Glitchgate scandal in the contested 2020 election, was acquired by private equity firm Staple Street Capital in July 2018.

Staple Street Equity was founded by former members of the George Soros-funded Carlyle Group. Executive Director of Carlyle Group, William Kennard, is director of Staple Street Capital.

Kennard was appointed FCC chairman during the Clinton administration and was appointed Ambassador to the European Union during the Obama era. On Nov. 6, Bloomberg reported that Kennard was named as the next chairman of AT&T Inc.

Related: Dominion Voting Systems tied to Clintons, widely used in battleground states, November 6, 2020

“Team Obama literally bought the voting machines and software being used to count the votes in this election,” an independent media member noted.

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